Timothy A. Cavell
Timothy A. Cavell
Professor, Psychology, University of Arkansas
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Further support for the developmental significance of the quality of the teacher–student relationship
JN Hughes, TA Cavell, V Willson
Journal of school psychology 39 (4), 289-301, 2001
6982001
Teacher–student relationships as compensatory resources for aggressive children
BT Meehan, JN Hughes, TA Cavell
Child development 74 (4), 1145-1157, 2003
6542003
Influence of the teacher-student relationship in childhood conduct problems: A prospective study
JN Hughes, TA Cavell
Journal of clinical child psychology 28 (2), 173-184, 1999
4701999
Social adjustment, social performance, and social skills: A tri-component model of social competence
TA Cavell
Journal of clinical child psychology 19 (2), 111-122, 1990
4501990
The role of relational aggression in identifying aggressive boys and girls
C Henington, JN Hughes, TA Cavell, B Thompson
Journal of School Psychology 36 (4), 457-477, 1998
3551998
A positive view of self: Risk or protection for aggressive children?
JN Hughes, TA Cavell, PB GROSSMAN
Development and psychopathology 9 (1), 75-94, 1997
2991997
Callous/unemotional traits moderate the relation between ineffective parenting and child externalizing problems: a partial replication and extension
M Oxford, TA Cavell, JN Hughes
Journal of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology 32 (4), 577-585, 2003
2782003
Staying with initial answers on objective tests: Is it a myth?
LT Benjamin Jr, TA Cavell, WR Shallenberger III
Teaching of Psychology 11 (3), 133-141, 1984
1761984
Working with parents of aggressive children: A practitioner's guide.
TA Cavell
American Psychological Association, 2000
1612000
Gender, ethnicity, development, and risk: Mentoring and the consideration of individual differences
N Darling, GA Bogat, TA Cavell, SE Murphy, B Sánchez
Journal of Community Psychology 34 (6), 765-780, 2006
1532006
Secondary prevention as context for assessing change processes in aggressive children
TA Cavell, JN Hughes
Journal of School Psychology 38 (3), 199-235, 2000
1482000
Does integrated behavioral health care reduce mental health disparities for Latinos? Initial findings.
AJ Bridges, AR Andrews III, BT Villalobos, FA Pastrana, TA Cavell, ...
Journal of Latina/o Psychology 2 (1), 37, 2014
1162014
Adverse school context moderates the outcomes of selective interventions for aggressive children.
JN Hughes, TA Cavell, BT Meehan, D Zhang, C Collie
Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology 73 (4), 731, 2005
962005
Relationship quality and the mentoring of aggressive, high-risk children
TA Cavell, LC Elledge, KT Malcolm, MA Faith, JN Hughes
Journal of Clinical Child & Adolescent Psychology 38 (2), 185-198, 2009
952009
The self‐systems of aggressive children: A cluster‐analytic investigation
JF Edens, TA Cavell, JN Hughes
Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry 40 (3), 441-453, 1999
921999
School-based mentoring as selective prevention for bullied children: A preliminary test
LC Elledge, TA Cavell, NT Ogle, RA Newgent
The Journal of Primary Prevention 31 (3), 171-187, 2010
832010
Social cognitive differences between aggressive–rejected and aggressive–nonrejected children
JS Yoon, JN Hughes, TA Cavell, B Thompson
Journal of school psychology 38 (6), 551-570, 2000
802000
Perceptions of attachment and the adjustment of adolescents with alcoholic fathers.
TA Cavell, DC Jones, RD Runyan, LP Constantin-Page, JM Velasquez
Journal of Family Psychology 7 (2), 204, 1993
731993
History of peer victimization and children's response to school bullying.
LC Elledge, TA Cavell, NT Ogle, KT Malcolm, RA Newgent, MA Faith
School Psychology Quarterly 25 (2), 129, 2010
722010
Direct and indirect effects of parenting and children's goals on child aggression
AD Heidgerken, JN Hughes, TA Cavell, VL Willson
Journal of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology 33 (4), 684-693, 2004
722004
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